Philadelphia Urology Associates specializes in a variety of women’s health issues, including urinary incontinence, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, bladder and kidney cancer, interstitial cystitis and more. Our state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatments help patients gain control of their aging process, increase their health span, which in turn, promotes a happier and healthier life.
Philadelphia Urology Associates focuses on the following areas of women’s health:
Urinary incontinence is a voluntary or involuntary leakage of urine that can often cause distress or discomfort. Incontinence is much more common than you might think, and is almost always the result of an underlying treatable condition. Learn More.
Cancer: Bladder and Kidney Cancer
As an urologist, treating patients with these types of cancer is an important role in our practice. This highly specialized area requires treating individuals based on many factors, all of which we will discuss with you. We give you the options and guidance. You make the decisions. Learn More.
Depending on the size and placement of your kidney stone(s), we have multiple types of treatments ranging from shockwaves (lithotripsy) to surgery. We will help you figure out the right approach to your particular condition. Learn More.
With sexual medicine, we are able to treat many common issues women face as they age, including decreased libido, decreased genital arousal, difficulty with or inability to achieve orgasm and pain during intercourse. We offer easy-to-handle treatments and therapies that work. Learn More.
Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary Tract Infections, or UTIs, are relatively common in women. At Philadelphia Urology Associates, we will prescribe the antibiotics needed to treat these infections and will recommend ways, through diet and lifestyle, you can prevent them. Learn More.
While there is no cure for Interstitial Cystitis, or IC, there are medications that can be effective in easing the discomfort brought on by this inflammation of the bladder wall. We have helped hundreds of women lead more comfortable lives by gaining more control over their symptoms. Learn More.
Pelvic Floor Prolapse
When treating pelvic floor disorders, such as pelvic floor prolapse, we can use techniques that will help you focus on exercising and contracting the correct muscles. In more severe cases, surgery might be the best option for you. Either way we will help you through it all. Learn More.